Pope Francis Refuses to Answer the Dubia – What Happens Next? (Pt. II) | OnePeterFive

onepeterfive.com/pope-francis-refuses-to-answer-the-dubia-what-happens-next-pt-ii/ OnePeterFive10/26/2017 Written by  John F. Salza, Esq. Part Two of a Two-Part Series Part I – Part II In Part I of this feature, we saw that Pope Francis’ refusal to respond to the dubia issued to him by the four Cardinals (Brandmüller, Burke, Caffarra and Meisner) on September 16, 2016, as extraordinary as it was, does not prove Francis is a “formal heretic.” Rather, to be guilty of the crime of heresy, the Pope would have Continue Reading →

The Vatican blocks the site accusing the Pope of “seven heresies”

The Ansa says that the web page that contains the text of the petition would not be accessible from computers within the Vatican walls. “The access to the webpage you are trying to visit has been blocked in accordance with institutional security policies,” it would be a warning on the PCs of those inside the Holy See who tried to access the “correction” site, , writes the press agency . At this time, therefore, no Continue Reading →

Articles – Truth and Charity Forum

Pro-Abortion Catholic Politicians: The Modern Heresy By Joe Kral Dr. Peter Kreeft once quipped in his book Jesus Shock, “Abortion is the Antichrist’s demonic parody of the Eucharist. That is why it uses the same holy words, ‘This is my body,’ with the blasphemously opposite meaning.” He is right in his analysis. For years, practicing Catholics have had to deal with “Catholic” politicians who have made the claim that they are personally opposed to abortion but still Continue Reading →

Triumphalism Defeats Heresy | liturgy guy

JUL 27 Posted by liturgy guy In the Piazza del Gesù in Rome stands the mother church for the Society of Jesus, the Church of the Gesù. Inside one finds artist Pierre Le Gros’ classic marble relief, Religion Overthrowing Heresy and Hatred (pictured above). Long recognized by art historians as an archetypal image of the Church Triumphant, the Web Gallery of Art notes: In Le Gros’ work, Religion hurls down thunderbolts upon an old woman representing Hatred while Continue Reading →

Is Ecumenism a Heresy? | Catholic Answers

By: Fr. Brian Harrison O.S. Vying with the Declaration on Religious Liberty for the honor (or disgrace, depending on one’s theological outlook) of being the Second Vatican Council’s most doctrinally innovative document is its Decree on Ecumenism, Unitatis Redintegratio (UR). Those at both traditionalist and liberal ends of the Catholic spectrum have seen this Decree (with sentiments of glowering gloom and gloating glee respectively) as representing a significant departure from traditional doctrine. The latter, of Continue Reading →